Sebastian Prüßmann presents his innovative French cuisine with regional accents. His culinary spectrum ranges from newly interpreted classics of Swabian cuisine to the vegetarian menu.
"Vegetable love" – that is the name of Prüßmann’s newly created vegetarian menu. Inspired by his mentor, Nils Henkel from the Althoff Schlosshotel Lerbach, the 33-year-old Michelin starred chef serves his guests a highly concentrated four-course menu with surprising creations made of harvest-fresh vegetables from the region.
The interplay between local cuisine with native products and contemporary French cuisine pervades the entire culinary concept of the restaurant: Local ingredients are innovatively linked and combined in a high-contrast manner. Hearty dishes appear in a completely new texture, and strong contrasts take local dishes into more subtle spheres of taste.
The lunch menu has also been newly developed: You can enjoy a completely new interpretation of classic home-style, regional cooking at "Prüßmann’s Mittagstisch". The dish of the day, for 25 Euros including espresso, can be wonderfully combined with a second course. The "lunch special" then costs 35 Euros in such a combination.
The options of the menu composition are flexibly composed: In addition to "Prüßmann’s lunch" and his "vegetable love", a-la-carte specialties are provided for lunch and dinner, as well as three, four, five or six course set menus. Sommelière Melanie Layer provides the suitable selected wines to go with each dish. Menu prices range from 69.00 to 129.00 Euros.